From: Beaujolais, France
Tasting Notes: Brouilly wines can vary greatly in quality, but this gem from Jean-Marc Lafond is a fantastic example of what this Beaujolais Cru should taste like. Red in color, a complex palette: aromas of red fruits like fresh plums, combined with floral, peppery, and mineral notes. The palate is vibrant and structured because the blue stones and sunshine give the wines a powerful, mineral, and spicy character.
Pairing: As with most wines from the Gamay grape varietal, this wine is versatile with a multitude of meals & won’t need too much thought to enjoy at the table! We recommend serving this wine at another 55 F & if you’d like some pairing inspiration, this is one of our favorite “welcome to fall” and Thanksgiving wines. Today, we’re sharing a “pantry pasta” pairing for Pasta with Butternut Squash, Kale and Brown Butter by Ali Slagle (we also recommend getting two bottles & making this twice- one as featured and one with the five spice substitute!).
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